Top 5 Learning Apps of 2021

There are way more uses to your smartphone or tablet than just sharing fun content with your friends. If you’re looking for ways through which you can utilize your time and learn something new, something which you can also add to your resume without the hassle of leaving your house, check out this list of 5 of the best learning apps of 2021.

1. Udemy

Udemy is an American online service designed for students and professional adults and offers an intensive list of courses. The app is aimed at providing and improving skills that are job-related, so if you ever feel like learning something new which can help you in your corporate life, Udemy might be the thing for you.

2. Skoove

Have people ever told you that you have the hands of a pianist, but the idea seemed absurd as you never really got a chance to test their hypothesis? Skoove might help you through this conundrum! This app offers the world’s first interactive online piano lessons, from beginner to advanced levels. Just like Skoove, you can find many other music learning platforms to learn to play instruments such as Music Tutor for sight-reading, and Yousician to learn bass, ukulele, and guitar.

3. Quizlet

This app is for those times when no one’s willing to tutor you, and you end up trying to scram a whole semester’s material in one night. An online studying platform for students, Quizlet allows its users to upload material on any and all subjects that they have studied in class and create flashcards, and also practice quizzes. So if you’re ever having trouble differentiation between the teleological and cosmological arguments of philosophy, let Quizlet help you through it!

4. EdX

EdX was created by Harvard and MIT, I believe this is enough information to convince you to use the app. It conducts university-level courses online and offers a wide range of disciplines worldwide. Some of these courses are free of charge!

5. Duolingo

This one’s a given. Duolingo has more than 300 million users around the globe. It is a language-learning platform, and also a digital language proficiency assessment exam. There are premium services offered on the app for a fee, but most of the features are accessible and free of charge. From French to Arabic to even Valyrian, let the Duolingo owl bully you into learning them!

So if you’ve ever wanted to take on a few extra courses during your degree, and learn new things just for the sake of learning or even gaining new skills, you have the means available to you at all times, you just need to know where to start!

Zahra Rehman

Social science undergrad and amateur artist who has a soft spot for cats, dogs and philosophy.

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